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Tangleweed and Brine (MP3)
Written by:
Deirdre Sullivan 
Read by:
Aoife McMahon 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
4 hours 40 minutes 
MP3 size:
203 MB 
February 01 2021 
Available Date:
February 01 2021 
Age Category:
Young Adult (15+) 
Fiction; Fables & Fairytales; Fantasy Fiction; Young Adult Fiction 
Bolinda/Audible audio 
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AUD$ 34.95
AUD$ 34.95

Award winning author
Irish Author

Deirdre Sullivan returns with the collection of dark, feminist, witchy retellings of traditional fairytales – not for the fainthearted.

A collection of 13 dark, feminist retellings of traditional fairy tales that follow in the tradition of Angela Carter; stories from Cinderella to Rumpelstiltskin, tales of mermaids and monsters, are all given a unique witchy makeover. These tales are not for the faint-hearted!

'An absolute stunner of a book.'
Claire Hennessy, author of Like Other Girls

‘Irish YA has been having a moment, and a YA writer who’s finally and deservedly having hers is Deirdre Sullivan. Tangleweed & Brine, her book of re-imagined fairytales, is stunning not only to read, but to look at and hold. I love it.’
Tara Flynn, actor and writer

‘Exquisitely written and powerful… I’m enchanted by it!’
Marian Keyes, international bestselling author

‘Deirdre Sullivan's writing is beguiling, bewitching and poetic.Her prose is almost dreamlike, reminiscent of Angela Carter.’
Juno Dawson, author of Wonderland

'This absolutely beautifully collection of retold fairy tales is as wonderful to read as it is to look at. Featuring lovely, feminist angles on your favourite fairy tales and beautiful full spread illustrations, it deserves a space on your shelf stat.'

'A tapestry of retellings and reimaginings, some told in beguiling second person, that foreground women – their desires, powers, fearsomeness and vulnerability ... enriched by Vaughan's sharp, intricate, Beardsleyesque illustrations.'
Imogen Russell Williams, author, The Ladybird Big Book of Slimy Things